Here's a fun page to get the kids thinking and writing! What are their best smells? Best sounds? Once they get started it might be hard to pick only a few to write down. Don't forget to sign and date the page and keep it to enjoy in the future.
Just a small collection of human body printables right now, but we have more in the pipeline! We have skeletons and human organ posters with labels to print, and extra versions for the kids to label once they have learned what goes where!
Shelly and her kids learn about the human body and skeleton in this guest post, using printable resources available from Activity Village.
Here's a useful hand template - perfect for displays and crafty projects! We've provided a variety of sizes but of course you can enlarge or reduce on your photocopier / printer too.
Heads, shoulders, knees and toes is a classic children's action song that never fails to please - and it gets the kids stretching too!
This alphabet challenge is great if you're learning about the human body for a science topic - can the children come up with a human body themed word for each letter of the alphabet?
We've got 12 colouring pages all featuring a different part of the human body in this fun set. Perfect for introducing a human body topic to younger kids! Choose from two versions below: blank, or with labels.
These large flashcards print two to a page making them perfect for working with groups of children. There are 12 fun cards to help children learn human body vocabulary - why not try some fun games, for example, if the foot card is held up, the kids all have to point at or touch their foot!
This fun picture crossword is an enjoyable way to learn human body vocabulary! Can the kids look at the picture clues and fill in the blanks?
This set of 12 human body posters is easy to print and perfect for creating a classroom display if you're studying the human body as a topic. Choose from our blank or labelled sets below.
Cut out and glue together this fun human body vocabulary die (choose from pre-coloured, or the kids can colour in the black and white version), then ask the children to roll the dice and identify the body part that the die has landed on - great fun!
Our human body vocabulary matching cards can be cut out individually and used for matching games or folded to make two-sided cards to test vocabulary.
Print this human body word mat to use in the classroom for topic-related activities and displays. You could also laminate it and place on tables for reusable writing and vocabulary work.
Some of these human body part words sound quite funny when they're mixed up! Can the kids unscramble them and match them to the pictures?
There are fingers, toes and lots of other body parts hidden in this fun printable human body word search grid...
Here's a fun way for the kids to learn the organs of the human body. We have two versions of this printable: the first labels the organs, and the second leaves them blank for the kids to fill in.
Print out our poster of the human skeleton to learn the main bones - then try labelling your own. We have a slightly easier version in which we prompt with the first letter, and one which you will need to fill in entirely.